I know my father would have been very proud of me!
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 08, 2014
Sarantos helps every woman out there who has ever wondered what a man thinks about after a relationship ends and when an ex refuses to answer them.
For most of his life, when Sarantos had to go through a breakup, he would always turn to his dad for advice. Sadly, not too long ago Sarantos lost his devoted father after a hard-fought battle to lung cancer. This experience had a major impact on Sarantos' life, enabling him to overcome any obstacle that may present itself. The Chicago singer has since been driven to remain strong and positive not just for himself but also for his friends & fans.
Successfully releasing yet another hit song from his first album, Sarantos continues to juggle his busy schedule with radio interviews, band rehearsals and booking live performances in the States.
The promising artist quickly responded to his fans' request by releasing the music video to his rap hip hop song "Why." With this newly released video, Sarantos hopes to encourage everyone to mend their heart and use their newfound understanding to move forward with their lives.
“Going through life’s hardships has given me the willpower to write songs and to sing from the heart,” says Sarantos. “I wouldn’t have had the passion or energy to strive for my dreams if it wasn’t for my loving family and friends. I know my father would have been very proud of me!”
Sarantos just released his 7th music video for “Why.” The song was released on July 1st, 2014.
Sarantos describes it as, “a hip and powerful rap song that answers the basic questions on every woman's mind about their relationship. Why does he love me? Why does he put up with me? Why does he stay here? Does he care for me? Does he really love me? The answer is lengthy and before he met you, he couldn't tell anyone why but now he can. He tells her exactly why!”
Sarantos has a strong motivation with his musical passion to raise money for charity. One-third of any music-related sales profits are going straight to charity. For “Why,” Sarantos has chosen the Aesthetic Surgery Education and Research Foundation. His love for helping others to improve has always been his motivation, and now, his music can reflect that.
Chicago’s very own music artist has been gaining followers ever since his first song debut back in January 2014.
Internationally, the buzz has continued to spread and Sarantos' music has received over 900,000 radio airplays. His fan list continues to grow exponentially.
The social media realm has continued to embrace this rising star. In addition to the attention of over 1 million social media followers, Sarantos has now done many radio interviews throughout the world. All this commotion started when his first song “Not Where I Wanna Be” was released worldwide on January 2, 2014.
Sarantos strives to inspire people with his songs and lyrics. Music is always on his mind, and Sarantos has written over 2,000 songs. Sarantos' music has received rave reviews so far from industry insiders, and he relishes this chance to pursue his lifelong dream.
Sarantos' unique sound has been best described by industry insiders as "an emotionally powerful vocal style masterfully united with music that is a fusion of classic '80s rock blended with modern soft rock and pop music."
A new song will be released the first Tuesday of every month to tease his fans. Then a new music video on the second Tuesday of every month, a new funny video of the month on the third Tuesday of every month, and a new Whiteboard video on the fourth Tuesday of every month. This will go on for the entire year. The CD will then be released on November 18th, 2014.
Sarantos has always been inclined to help people in need and is proud to launch this CD as a way to donate a significant portion of proceeds to charity, hopefully inspiring other artists to do the same. The 11 charities chosen for each album song include American Lung Association, Make-a-wish Foundation, American Heart Association, St Jude's, Hellenic Academy, ASERF, American Red Cross, Children's Hospital of Chicago, Chicago Medical School, Thanioton Society & the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
The website, Melogia (which in Greek means "with words"), was established by Sarantos, an aspiring singer and songwriter.
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